Registration is now open for the European Money Quiz, Europe’s biggest financial literacy competition to improve the financial literacy of 13–15-year-olds.
The Department of Education has launched a consultation process to inform the development of a new policy for Irish-medium education outside of the Gaeltacht.
The European Money Quiz is Europe’s biggest financial literacy competition to improve the financial literacy of 13–15-year-olds. The Irish Finals take place on
Tuesday March 14th.
NCCA feedback: A reminder to please email the NCCA here or fill in their form here regarding the new LC Business course. It is vital that we have our say. Rachael Biddulph will be putting a piece together on behalf of the […]
AIB Future Sparks is an interdisciplinary programme for post primary schools. It encourages the development of key life skills (including enterprise, business, and financial skills) and supports young people and their teachers across nine curriculum subjects. Why not check out […]
Bank of Ireland Money Smarts Programme Get Involved Unlock valuable learning for your secondary school students through the Bank of Ireland Money Smarts Programme. Through a variety of engaging content, activities and events, the programme empowers students to take […]
The NCCA consultation on the Background Paper for the review of LC Business is now open. You can read the paper and get involved in the consultation here: https://ncca.ie/en/senior-cycle/curriculum-developments/business/ Tá an comhairliúchán ar an bPáipéar Cúlra do Ghnó na hArdteistiméireachta […]
The State Examinations Commission has adjustments to the 2023 examinations. A PDF document, with just the relevant sections, is available below, along with screenshots of the various subjects. Screenshots are also given below.
BSTAI Dublin and Galway are delighted to announce the March Series of webinars. These are strictly members only events, and registration is required. Details are given below. They will also appear in our calendar. Want to become a member? Learn […]